Amundi CPR Silver Age – 1
  • Fund Manager  
    Vafa Ahmadi
  • Currency  
    EUR
  • Sector  
    European Equity
  • Fund Type  
    FR - FCP
  • Fund Size  
    €1,420.94m
  • Launch Date  
    22/12/2009
  • Lipper Total Return  

The fund's objective is to outperform European equity markets over the long term  i.e. 5 years minimum, by leveraging on the momentum of European stocks with exposure to the theme of ageing population (pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, savings banks). For diversification purposes the fund may also invest up to 25% of its assets in other geographies.

Vafa Ahmadi joined CPR Asset Management in 2006 first as Head of Direct Investments Global Balanced Team and then in 2009 as Head of European Thematic Equities. He began his career in 1997 at BNP Gestion as a French Equity Portfolio Manager. He moved to Deutsche Asset Management as a European Equity Portfolio Manager (1998-2004), then to Aurel Leven, as Director of Institutional Management. Vafa is a SFAF (French Financial Analysts Society) graduate and member. He holds a post-graduate in Finance from the University of Panthéon-Sorbonne and spent a few months (1995) at Johnson Graduate School of Management Cornell University (NY, USA) as a Researcher.

Performance

1 Year 3 Year 5 Year
CPR Silver Age 10.31% 28.17% 101.9%
MSCI Europe NR EUR 15.83% 21.69% 83.07%
Figures correct as of 28 Feb 2017
As at 28/06/17
Industry Sector as at 30/11/2016
Industry Sector % of fund
Health Care
34.87%
Financials
19.06%
Consumer Goods
17.72%
Consumer Services
14.98%
Industrials
9.47%
Basic Materials
3.41%

Fees

Charge Amount Rating
Total Expense Ratio0.93
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